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a. A fixture, typically one attached upright to a wall, used by men for urinating.
b. A room or other place containing facilities for urinating.
2. A portable receptacle for urine.
[Middle English, chamber pot, from Old French, from Late Latin ūrīnāle, from neuter of ūrīnālis, pertaining to urine, from Latin ūrīna, urine; see urine.]
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1. a sanitary fitting, esp one fixed to a wall, used by men for urination
2. a room containing urinals
3. any vessel for holding urine prior to its disposal
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u•ri•nal(ˈyʊər ə nl)
1. a flushable wall fixture, as in a public lavatory, used by men for urinating.
2. a building or enclosure containing such fixtures.
3. a receptacle to receive the urine of a person with urinary incontinence or that of a bedridden person.
[1225–75; Middle English < Old French < Late Latin ūrīnāle, neuter of ūrīnalis of urine. See urine, -al2]
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urinal[jʊˈraɪnəl] n (British) → urinoir m
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n. orinal, vasija en que se recoge la orina; pop. taza, bacin, pato.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
urinaln (hand-held) orinal m, pato (Amer)
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